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AMD - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc

Discussion in 'Stock Message Boards NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX' started by bigbear0083, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. anotherdevilsadvocate

    anotherdevilsadvocate Well-Known Member

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    I sold my shares today too. Only had it from $39.xx to $49 but that's about 25% in 21 days. Daily/Weekly/Monthly RSI all at 80, no shame in selling there. TTT always talked about selling at the top of the bands. And looking back it doesn't stay at 80 for long when an ER is coming.
     
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  2. rg7803

    rg7803 Well-Known Member

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    Impressive this title. I allways remind TTT when I read any stuff about AMD.
     
  3. BYTCH

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    Just creating a thread for one of my holdings, for people to discuss AMD. I was kind of surprised that there wasn't a thread already created for AMD.
     
  4. T0rm3nted

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    Guessing someone moved this here. We've had tons of discussion on AMD. People in this site have been in it since it was in the 2's.
     
  5. StockJock-e

    StockJock-e Brew Master
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    Im going to be adding AMD on any big sell off here
     
  6. rg7803

    rg7803 Well-Known Member

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    are already adding or waiting for 30$ level?
     
  7. GarethSoloway

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    Chart Sell Signal! Advanced Micro Devices $AMD

    Shares of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have surged higher in the last month, nearing the all-time high from February 2020. However, there is major technical stock chart sell signal on the stock. The technical term is a double top and will represent major resistance on Advanced Micro Devices. As a swing trader, I am looking to short it at $59-$60. Considering the last earnings report was subpar for the stock, and that was pre Covid-19, there should be significant downside in the coming weeks. The one saving grace that investors are clinging to, is that with everyone being home, people are buying computers. Considering 22 million people have lost jobs in the last month, I think that may be somewhat optimistic.

    Based on pure technicals, the chart sell signal tells us Advanced Micro Devices is likely to drop back to the $51.50 level. This offers an over 10% swing trade profit trade in maybe a couple weeks of hold time. This is a no brainer for hardcore chart technicians.

    See it here...
    https://inthemoneystocks.com/chart-sell-signal-advanced-micro-devices-amd/

    Gareth Soloway
    InTheMoneyStocks
    Chief Market Strategist
     
  8. T-Coonazz

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    Chart look like a mini Bullish H&S, ready to break to new highs
     
  9. T0rm3nted

    T0rm3nted Moderator
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    Both of these LOD's could be support. Bulls bought it up on both.

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  10. TomB16

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    I'm one of the people who bought at 2 bucks. Unfortunately, I sold long ago.

    Still, I enjoy seeing this company do well.
     
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  11. T0rm3nted

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    I bought at $4 as well. Held that until $30's. Was in and out with extra shares very often. I also did not get the full ride up.
     
  12. A55

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    AMD is not going bankrupt. Neither is Intel or Applied Material. Good companies. In 10 years, you will think of these as solid. In 10 days, you could jump out a window.
     
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  13. leonx81

    leonx81 Well-Known Member

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    I was in and out with the AMD calls back in mid-2016 ever since I followed Rich's thread. I finally bought my first batch of shares around $5ish, day-traded for a while until I finally decided to hold the shares from $10 till now.
     
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  14. T0rm3nted

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    You got in a bit after me (I was in in the 4's after being persuaded by TTT), but you held a lot longer. Sold it in the mid 30's I believe.
     
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  15. leonx81

    leonx81 Well-Known Member

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    I learned my hard lesson when I sold half of my NVDA position at around $50. Will hold on to my AMD, NVDA and TSLA shares until my retirement.
     
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  16. 姑爺仔

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    The market will sway back and forth with semiconductor companies. I have learned from buying and selling, that they all eventually go back up. Trying to time the market has only beaten me. Trying to sell, then buy back later, at a lower price, didn't work for me. Now I want to buy back what I sold, and the price is higher. Lam, Intel, Applied Material, Taiwan, AMD....All good companies which I want to hold now.
     
  17. leonx81

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    Really thinking about unloading some here. Since the stock was around $17 I've thought about unloading but really haven't at all, just buying and selling, even when the price is above my valuation...definitely suffering from an endowment effect. Partly it is because between $2 and $11 I got in and out so many times, before finally getting back in at 11 and mostly holding since then (let a little go at ~$17) and thinking that if I had just kept everything at ~$2 I'd be better off.
     
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  20. StockJock-e

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    nice!

    Intel having trouble with the 7nm and delaying 6 months leaves the door open for AMD
     
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